Collecting the collection of works from one of the most influential writers in the 20th century is a challenge, but the collection has an answer for that too.
It is called Collective Soul, and the collection is the brainchild of John Hammond and John Worsley, both members of the collective consciousness collective known as the Collective Soul.
The collection is set to debut on October 29, 2019, at the New York City art gallery TIFF.
Here are some details about the collection: “The Collective is a collection of the best works of literature from the 20s, 30s, and 40s that is both diverse and reflective of the individual voices of each individual artist.
These stories are not only about artists and writers, but also about the ways we all find meaning in our lives and the ways that our experiences shape our lives.
The Collective brings together pieces that have been collected in one place in time, and has been reinterpreted to make them more personal and engaging.”
The collection will be sold at the gallery as part of a special collection called the Hamilton Collections, a series of exhibitions, events, and exhibitions in which artists and authors are invited to showcase their work.
The artist collective is led by John Hammond, a writer, artist, and curator.
John Worley, an artist and curator, is also part of the Collective, but he is also the head of the collection.
“Collective Soul is the first project in a long history of collecting works from the Hamiltons,” said Hammond in a statement.
“I believe that the collection embodies the strength and creativity of the Hamiltsons and provides them with a unique opportunity to share their work and to share in the legacy of the great work of the past.
The collective aims to help inspire the next generation of writers and artists and to inspire us all to embrace our individuality.”
Collective Souls aims to “represent the spirit of our collective, not the collection itself.”
“Collectively, our goal is to bring the best of the works of the authors, artists, and thinkers of the ’60s, ’70s, the ’80s, through the collection, to be seen by the world and to resonate with the people who love them,” said Worsleys artistic director, Adam Smith.
“In this way, the Collective offers a window into the world of John and John’s world.
It will also help us all celebrate their legacy.”
The Collectives goal is a simple one: “To offer an unparalleled window into our collective world of artists, writers, and artists of the present and future.”
This project will also explore the history of the art of John, his art, and his work.
“Our goal is not to recreate the past or recreate the future, but to explore and enrich the current and future with works that are as meaningful to us as they are to John and the Collectives work,” said Smith.
To read more about John Hammond’s work, click here.
To view more of John Warsley’s work click here for an interview.